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7. Also from the terminal, make a backup copy of the existing default user profile
Terminal.app / sudo defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES
8. Remove the current contents of the default user profile
cp -R /System/Library/User\ Template/English.lprog/ /System/Library/User\ Template/English.orig
9. Copy “Profile’s” profile to the default
sudo rm -rf /System/Library/User\ Template/English.lproj/*
10. Reboot and try logging on as a user that does not already have an existing user profile. "Profile's" desktop, dock and settings should be there for the new user. There should be no prompts for iCloud, or for a keychain password.
sudo cp- R /Users/profile/* /System/Library/User\ Template/English.lproj/*
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